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, massachusetts, connecticut, maryland, d.c., maine, vermont, new hampshire, iowa, washington state, if you're in one of those states and you're married legally, you can have social security coverage, right? >> you can. >> but you wouldn't have it if you're in alabama. what happens if doma gets struck down? >> really you're back to circa 1996. what doma says is two things. one state does not have to recognize the marriage law, same-sex marriage law, of another state. that would be struck down and then there would have to be another test as to full faith and credit. >> if you move from california to utah and you're getting the recognized marriage in california but not in utah, but in utah living in salt lake city you'd be able to get social security benefits and all the federal stuff. >> you would -- it's not clear. >> it would depend how the court rules in that case. >> if the court reaches the question of full faith and credit, what that is, utah must recognize the marriage laws of california, then, yes -- >> but you'd still be getting your social security checks, wouldn't you? >> it's not
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